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Maryland Park Police Release Sketch Of Suspect

A composite drawing based on the witness description. It is not a known suspect photograph and is presented to aide investigators in identifying the perpetrator in this crime.
A composite drawing based on the witness description. It is not a known suspect photograph and is presented to aide investigators in identifying the perpetrator in this crime.

Maryland Park Police have released a composite sketch of a man seen masturbating near a playground at Viers Mill Local Park in Montgomery County. The suspect in last month's incident is described as a six-foot-tall, white male with short, light-brown hair.  The subject is approximately 35-years-old and is thought to weigh about 185 pounds.

The Park Police are asking anyone who recognizes the suspect to contact contact Detective Sergeant P. Skaife of the Maryland-National Capital Park Police at 301-962-1668 or by e-mail at pam.skaife@mncparkpolice.org.

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